Andy Murray is on his way to recovery after his hip surgery.
However, it’s not easy for the former world no.1 to get back to his stellar levels. Andy started to play doubles with some success given his title in partnership with Feliciano Lopez at the Queens Club. Nevertheless, the road is not easy in singles as he has to get back his movements.
Andy lost in the opening matches both in Cincinnati and in Winston-Salem to announce his intention to play a Challenger to have some more single matches under his belt.
Murray and being injury-free
After losing in Winston-Salem, Andy gave some updates about his overall condition to comment:
“Some things were a bit better today, I think. I was hitting the ball a bit cleaner than I did maybe in Cincinnati…
I feel like I moved fairly well to some drop shots, which maybe last week I wasn’t running to. So there’s some good things in there but also some stuff I would like to do better.
Physically, I am OK considering, no pain, no discomfort. Just a little bit more tired than usual.”
|Embed from Getty Images|